Relapse prevention for alcohol and drug problems / G. Alan Marlatt, Katie Witkiewitz -- Relapse prevention among diverse populations (in ethnic minority cultures) / Arthur W. Blume, Berenice Garcia de la Cruz -- Treating alcohol problems / Ronald M. Kadden, Ned L. Cooney -- Relapse prevention for smoking / Saul Shiffman, Jon Kassel, Chad Gwaltney, Dennis McCharque -- Relapse prevention for stimulant dependence / Kathleen M. Carroll, Richard A. Rawson -- Relapse prevention for opioid dependence / Nancy A. Haug, James L. Sorensen, Valerie Gruber, Yong S. Song -- Relapse prevention for cannabis abuse and dependence / Roger A. Roffman, Robert S. Stephens -- Relapse prevention for club drugs, hallucinogens, inhalants, and steroids / Jason R. Kilmer, Jessica M. Cronce, Rebekka S. Palmer -- Relapse prevention in the treatment of eating disorders and obesity / R. Lorraine Collins -- Treatment of gambling disorders / Howard J. Shaffer, Debi A. LaPlante -- Enhancing the relapse prevention model for sex offenders : adding recidivism risk reduction therapy to target offender's dynamic risk needs / Jennifer G. Wheeler, William H. George, Susan A. Stoner -- Relapse prevention for sexually risk behaviors / Tina M . Zawacki, Susan A. Stoner, William H. George
"The first edition of this important work has helped a generation of clinicians understand why relapse is so common for people recovering from addictive behavior problems - and what can be done to keep treatment on track. The revised and updated second edition now brings the field fully up to date, incorporating two decades' worth of exciting advances in research and practice. Refining and elaborating the editors' influential model, and applying it to the most prevalent chemical and nonchemical addictions, the book presents cutting-edge knowledge for today's practitioners and students."
"Grounded in research and illustrated with numerous clinical vignettes, chapters demonstrate innovative ways to help people maintain abstinence or harm reduction treatment goals - even in high-risk situations - and deal effectively with setbacks that occur. The expert contributors clearly identify the obstacles that arise in treating specific problem behaviors and the factors that may trigger relapse at different stages of recovery. Procedures for teaching cognitive and behavioral coping strategies are spelled out and relevant empirical data reviewed. Therapeutic techniques discussed include cognitive restructuring, imagery, relapse rehearsal, relaxation training, stress management, lifestyle modification, and mindfulness meditation
With extensively rewritten chapters on alcohol, tobacco, and eating disorders, the second edition features new coverage of stimulants, opiates, cannabis, "club drugs," gambling problems, sexually risky behaviors, and sexual offending. Another new chapter addresses ethnocultural issues in relapse prevention." "Timely and comprehensive, this book presents vital concepts and tools for all professionals working in this challenging area, including clinical psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, substance abuse counselors, and allied health personnel. Students and residents in these fields will find it a highly informative text."--BOOK JACKET